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  • #158234

    smartakus
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    I live in an old (150+ years) house and have the typical lack of closet space issues that come with older homes. I’ve pretty much made the best use of space I can in my bedroom closet (even had California Closets come out for an appointment and they sheepishly admitted there was nothing more they could do!), but I could squeeze a little more room out of this space if I could just find a really good over-the-door shoe rack. The thing is, every one I can find online seems flimsy. I have good, solid heavy doors and so am not too concerned about weight – I’d rather have a solid, heavy chrome unit, maybe even one that can be screwed into the door. Does anyone know where I could get such a thing? The California Closets rep suggested Hold Everything, but they don’t have a website. Any suggestions will be much appreciated!

  • #160880

    smartakus
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    over-door or on-door shoe rack

    this is a cool design; but I’m looking for something that will hold 20-25 pairs of shoes. Unfortunately I just don’t have that kind of available real estate, except on the back of the closet door. Uncluttering visually is important to me, too – I don’t want to have to look at my shoes after I’ve put them away!

  • #160882

    toberead
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    over-door or on-door shoe rack

    Try the Container Store. They have this one that seems similar to what you’re looking for. It seems to be out of stock for shipping but if you have a store nearby, they might have it available. It’s in stock at my local store.

    http://www.containerstore.com/shop/closet/shoeStorage/overdoor?productId=10025615

    You might also try Stacks and Stacks or Improvements Catalog. I’ve bought from both of them before and their items are usually very good quality.

    I have this one from Stacks and Stacks:

    http://www.stacksandstacks.com/over-the-door-shoe-bag-mens-24-pocket?id=176&sku=20334&utm_medium=shoppingengine&utm_source=googlebase#pr-header-132

    It’s made of mesh, but I prefer it to a metal one because it takes up less space in the back of the door. (I had trouble getting my doors to open completely with the metal ones.) It’s surprisingly sturdy and stable. I also use one in my bathroom to store small towels and toiletries.

    Karen

  • #160884

    JustTheSort
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    over-door or on-door shoe rack

    Just a little info: Hold Everything doesn’t have a website as the brand no longer exists. It was a division of Williams-Sonoma which closed in 2006. Too bad as they offered some very high quality items!

  • #160904

    sharond
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    over-door or on-door shoe rack

    They have some fairly sturdy ones here.
    http://www.organizeit.com/otdshoe.asp

  • #160914

    elledee
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    over-door or on-door shoe rack

    I have one from the container store for the back of a closet door. Instead of using the door “clips,” however, I simply put anchors in the side of my closet wall and screwed it directly into the wall. I’m sure you can do this on your wood door and it would be less “swingey” and much more stable than hanging it from the clips.

  • #160937

    Voce
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    over-door or on-door shoe rack

    I have this one from Bed Bath & Beyond & it’s screwed into the door. http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?order_num=-1&SKU=14093249

  • #310054

    Francis Routt
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    Aristocrat Homewares that hang from over the door of your room or storage room, and even over a closet rod, to bins that can effortlessly be stacked and cabinets on closet racks.You can also visit: http://tiny.cc/Shoe-Organizer–

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